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Jack Miller

The Australian rider had already begun cultivating his passion for the two wheel world when he was just 5 years of age and, at 10, won his first national dirt-track title. In 2009, Jack changed to road racing taking part first in the Australian Championship series and the next year in the Spanish and German series where, in 2011, he became the IDM 125 Champion. The same year, he also took part in several races as the wildcard entry. In 2012, he made his debut in the World Championship series and managed increasingly good finishing positions until finishing second in the Moto3 series in 2014 with Aki Ajo's team on a factory KTM. For the 2015 season, Jack raced in the premier class with Lucio Cecchinello's team riding an RC213V Open and thus becoming the first Moto3 rider to race in the premier class without having first spent at least one season in the Moto2 category: his best result in the season is an 11th place at the Catalunya GP.

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